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MOLE CONCEPT

MOLE CONCEPT

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Apex institute for IIT-JEE is the institution of making IITians in the Ghaziabad. It is the Institute in Indirapuram to making IITians (Eng..).
Its mission is to upgrade the teaching profession by providing high quality education and training to students who will be the industry's future engineers.
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Its mission is to upgrade the teaching profession by providing high quality education and training to students who will be the industry's future engineers.

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MOLE CONCEPT
APEX INSTITUTE - 62, Nitikhand-III, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad Ph.No.-+91-9910817866, 0120-4901457,website : www.apexiit.co.in/ 
Q.1
1 gram molecule of chlorine combines with a certain weight of a metal giving 111 g of itschloride. The same weight of the metal displaced 2 g of hydrogen from an acid. The atomicweight of the metal (assuming its valency to be 2) is :(A) 40(B) 20(C) 80(D) none of these
Q.2
A solution of KMnO
4
is reduced to MnO
2
. The normality of solution is 0.6 N. The molarity is(A) 1.8 M(B) 0.6 M(C) 0.2 M(D) 0.1 M
Q.3
9 gm of Al (at. Wt. = 27) will react completely with an acid to give :(A) one mole of H
2
(B) one half mole of H
2
(C) one-third mole of H
2
(D) none of these
Q.4
Number of moles of electrons taken up when 1 mole of NO
3
ions is reduced to 1 mole of NH
2
OH is :(A) 2(B) 4(C) 5(D) 6
Q.5
What volume of chlorine at STP is required to liberate all the iodine from 200 ml of 0.2 M KIsolution :(A) 896 ml(B) 448 ml(C) 224 ml(D) 672 ml
Q.6
5 ml of N HCl, 20 ml N/2 H
2
SO
4
and 30 ml of N/3 HNO
3
are mixed together and volumemade to 1 litre. The normality of resulting solution is :(A) N/5(B) N/10(C) N/20(D) N/40
Q.7
Equivalent mass of Na
2
S
2
O
3
in its reaction with I
2
is equal to :(A) molar mass(B) molar mass/2(C) molar mass/3(D) molar mass/4
Q.8
A certain compound has the molecular formula X
4
O
6
. If 10 gm of compound contains 5.62 g of X,the atomic mass of X :(A) 32 amu(B) 37 amu(C) 42 amu(D) 48 amu
Q.9
The no. of mol. of the independent species present in one mole of potash alum(A) 32(B)16(C) 38(D) 64
Q.10
How many gram of H
3
PO
4
would be needed to neutralise 100 gm of Mg (OH)
2
?(A) 66.7 gm(B) 252 gm(C) 112.6 gm(D) 168 gm
Q.11
Hardness of water sample is 300 ppm CaCO
3
. Hence its molarity is :(A) 0.3 M(B) 0.030 M(C) 0.003 M(D) 0.0015 M
Q.12
What weight of CuSO
4
.5H
2
O must be taken to make 0.5 litre of 0.01 M Cu
2+
ions solution ?(A) 12.45 gm(B) 1.245 gm(C) 6.24 gm(D) 100 gm
Q.13
Calculate the volume of CO
2
produced by the combustion of 40 ml of acetone vapours inpresence of excess of oxygen(A) 12 ml(B) 1.20 ml(C) 120 ml(D) 11.2 ml
 
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MOLE CONCEPT
APEX INSTITUTE - 62, Nitikhand-III, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad Ph.No.-+91-9910817866, 0120-4901457,website : www.apexiit.co.in/ 
Q.1
A partially dried clay mineral contains 8% water. The original sample contained 12 % waterand 45 % silica. The % of silica in the partially dried sample is nearly :(A) 50 %(B) 49 %(C) 55 %(D) 47 %
Q.2
When one gram mole of KMnO
4
reacts with HCl, the volume of chlorine liberated at NTPwill be :(A) 11.2 litres(B) 22.4 litres(C) 44.8 litres(D) 56.0 litres
Q.3
8 g of sulphur is burnt to form SO
2
which is oxidised by Cl
2
water. The solution is treated withBaCl
2
solution. The amount of BaSO
4
precipitated is :(A) 1 mole(B) 0.5 mole(C) 0.24 mole(D) 0.25 mole
Q.4
1 gram of a carbonate of a metal was dissolved in 25 ml of 1N HCl. The resulting liquidrequired 5 ml of N NaOH for neutralization. The eq. wt. of metal carbonate is :(A) 100(B) 30(C) 40(D) 50
Q.5
Sulphuryl chloride SO
2
Cl
2
reacts with water to give a mixture of H
2
SO
4
and HCl. How manymoles of NaOH would be needed to neutralize the solution formed by adding 1 mole of SO
2
Cl
2
to excess of water .(A) 1(B) 3(C) 2(D) 4
Q.6
Hydrogen peroxide in aqueous solution decomposes on warming to give oxygen according tothe
 
equation 2H
2
O
2
(aq.)
 →
2H
2
O(
l
) + O
2
(g) under conditions where one mole of gasoccupies 24 dm
3
, 100 cm
3
of XM solution of H
2
O
2
produces 3dm
3
of O
2
. X is thus :(A) 2.5(B) 1(C) 0.5(D) 0.25
Q.7
In an experiment 50 ml of 0.1 M solution of a salt reacted with 25 ml of 0.1 M solution of sodium sulphite. The half equation for the oxidation of sulphite ion is –SO
32–
(aq.) + H
2
O(l)
 →
SO
42–
(aq.) + 2H
+
(aq.) + 2e
If the oxidation number of metal in the salt was 3, what would be the new oxidation numberof metal ?(A) 0(B) 1(C) 2(D) 4
Q.8
One mole of a mixture of CO and CO
2
requires exactly 20 gram of NaOH in solution forcomplete conversion of all the CO
2
into Na
2
CO
3
. How many grams more of NaOH would itrequire for conversion into Na
2
CO
3
if the mixture (one mole) is completely oxidized to CO
2
.(A) 60 grams(B) 80 grams(C) 40 grams(D) 20 grams
Q.9
When BrO
3
ion reacts with Br
ion in acid solution Br
2
is liberated the equivalent weight of KBrO
3
in this reaction is :(A) M/8(B) M/3(C) M/5(D) M/6[ where M is the molar mass ]
Q.10
A solution contains both Na
2
CO
3
and NaHCO
3
was treated with excess of CaCl
2
solution andfiltered. The precipitate weighed m
1
grams. On adding NaOH in drops to the filtrate avoidingexcess, a further m
2
grams was precipitated. If after adding excess CaCl
2
, the solution (had notbeen filtered) but was simply boiled and then filtered, what would be the total weight of theprecipitate ?(A) (m
1
+ m
2
) grams(B) (m
1
+ m
2
 /2) grams(C) (m
1
+ m
2
) /2 grams(D) (m
2
+m
1
 /2) grams
 
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MOLE CONCEPT
APEX INSTITUTE - 62, Nitikhand-III, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad Ph.No.-+91-9910817866, 0120-4901457,website : www.apexiit.co.in/ 
Q.11
2 grams of a gas mixture of CO and CO
2
on reaction with excess I
2
O
5
yield 2.54 grams of I
2
.7What would be the weight % of CO in the original mixture ?(A) 70.1(B) 75.3(C) 68.4(D) 80.7
Q.12
One gram of a mixture of Na
2
CO
3
and NaHCO
3
consumes y gram equivalents of HCl forcomplete neutralisation. One gram of the mixture is strongly heated, then cooled and theresidue treated with HCl. How many gram equivalents of HCl would be required for completeneutralisation :(A) 2y gram equivalent(B) y gram equivalents(C) 3y/4 gram equivalents(D) 3y/2 gram equivalents
Q.13
In an organic compound of molar mass greater than 100 containing only C, H and N, thepercentage of C is 6 times the percentage of H while the sum of the percentages of C and H is1.5 times the percentage of N. What is the least molar mass :(A) 175(B) 140(C) 105(D) 210
Q.14
One gram of a variable alloy of lead and tin yielded on treatment with conc. HNO
3
, filtrationand heating 0.42 grams of SnO
2
. If all the lead in one gram of alloy is converted into PbSO
4
,what will be the weight of PbSO
4
obtained ?(A) 0.98(B) 1 g(C) 1.07 g(D) 0.95 g
Q.15
An iodide solution, ½ litre containing 0.664 grams of KI per litre, required 100 ml of a certainsolution of Ce
4+
ion for complete reaction. What is the normality of the Ce
4+
solution ?(A) 0.04(B) 0.004(C) 0.02(D) none of these
Q.16
A solution contains Na
2
CO
3
and NaHCO
3
. 10 ml of the solution required 2.5 ml of 0.1 MH
2
SO
4
for neutralisation using phenolphthalein as indicator. Methyl orange is then added whena further 2.5 ml of 0.2 M H
2
SO
4
was required. The amount of Na
2
CO
3
and NaHCO
3
in 1 litreof the solution is :(A) 5.3 g & 4.2 g(B) 3.3 g & 6.2 g(C) 4.2 g & 5.3 g(D) 6.2 g & 3.3 g
Q.17
0.7 g of a sample of Na
2
CO
3
. x H
2
O were dissolved in water and the volume was made to100 ml . 20 ml of this solution required 19.8 ml of N/10 HCl for complete neutralization. Thevalue of x is :(A) 7(B) 3(C) 2(D) 5
Q.18
34 g of hydrogen peroxide is present in 1120 ml of solution. This solution is called :(A) 10 vol solution(B) 20 vol solution(C) 30 vol solution(D) 32 vol solution
Q.19
Exactly 4.00 gm of a solution of H
2
SO
4
was diluted with water and excess BaCl
2
was added.The washed and dried precipitate of BaSO
4
weighed 4.08 gm. Find the percent H
2
SO
4
in theoriginal acid solution.(A) 43.0 %(B) 4.3 %(C) 47 %(D) none
Q.20
What volume of 96 % H
2
SO
4
by weight solution (density 1.83 g/ml) is required to prepare2.00 L of 3.00 M H
2
SO
4
solution ?(A) 335 ml(B) 670 ml(C) 167.5 ml(D) none

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